The Scottish Waterways Trust's canal college programme's latest success story as features in the Dumbarton Reporter.
Anyone who has ever fancied free falling from 10,000 feet can now realise their dream and raise some much need cash for a good cause. The Scottish Huntington's Association (SHA) is on the lookout for daredevils across the country to take part in a charity sky dive. The charity is the only one in the country that supports families impacted by the degenerative neurological condition Huntington...
Perth and Kinross Council has appointed CalMac Ferries Ltd to run Perth Port in a five year deal. Watch the video news release.
A new internationally established cycling initiative is coming to Queens Cross to help older people get out and about. Read more.
Forth Valley College’s Gallery Restaurant has become the first college training restaurant to be awarded a prestigious Taste Our Best Award by VisitScotland. Read more
The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow has been chosen as a UK research centre to trial a new drug treatment for the degenerative, neurological condition, Huntington’s disease (HD). Read more
Ferry operator CalMac is expanding its Modern Apprenticeship (MA) programme to include harbour operations. The company has joined forces with Forth Ports Ltd to devise a new Port Operations MA, the first time the port owner has partnered up with another company to deliver specialist training. Read more
Ferry operator CalMac has appointed a new wildlife officer to help increase understand of marine mammals in the area it serves. As covered by the BBC
Nine CalMac trainees have completed their Modern Apprenticeships and are about to embark on full time careers with the ferry operator. Read more.
Conference offers hope of treatment for degenerative neurological condition, Huntington's disease. Read more As covered in Third Force News